Ultrasound equipment for a wide range of clinical applications is on display at this year's Medica trade show.
GE Healthcare seeks to expand presence in breast cancer detection with the acquisition of U-Systems Inc.
One imaging center's strategy to achieve low dose.
Studies reported favorable outcomes for prostate cancer patients' quality of life following treatment with proton therapy.
An expert explains what lies ahead.
Reimbursement cuts are drastically reduced in the final Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for 2013.
Advances in pacemakers.
How relevant are they in today's health care environment?
Detector sharing and dose reduction attract new customers
The annual meeting in Boston is on schedule to present top cancer treatment research and ways to advance patient care.
A group of Syrian American doctors are bringing medical supplies and personnel to conflict victims.
Radiation therapy deal announced earlier this year comes to America.
Will technology trump human error?
The agreement will combine Infraredx's cardiac X-ray imaging system with Philips' intravascular imaging platform.
Researchers at the Roberts Proton Therapy Center are using the facility to study the radiological hazards that future space travelers will face.
Study published in the journal Health Affairs this month takes a look at class III medical device approval time.
What to expect at this year's meeting
Katzman on how smart systems will equal better health care.
DNA matching is ensuring accurate patient identification of biopsy sample.
Dr. Henry Wagner, a pioneer in the field of nuclear medicine, passed away earlier this week.
mHealth task force unveils recommendations to prioritize wireless health adoption.
Keep it clean, experts say.
Mobile outreach van gives women in rural India access to critical screening tests.
The National Association for Proton Therapy's first conference is coming to D.C.
The current president of ASTRO offers some insight on the association and his role.
The executive director of the National Association for Proton Therapy talks business.
RTLS providing a healthy ROI for hospitals.
Leading proton therapy associations reveal 2011 survey results showing an increase in brain cancers for pediatric patients treated with proton therapy.
Industry Sector Report: Radiation therapy
2012 list includes 620 U.S. hospitals that are using evidence-based care processes to improve patient outcomes.
New JACR study tracks Medicare payment for imaging.
A new JACR study shows benefit of regional PACS network for trauma patients.
With evidence mounting to support the need for safety, who’s taking action?
What will ease rural hospitals' financial aches?
New MRI technology could help providers weather cuts.
Researchers ID new potential imaging agent for tau pathologies associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Speakers tell radiology administrators to be ready for change.
Scans were offered for free at first.
Getting ready for dose-reporting requirements.
Imaging groups are urging CMS to change the way it approves PET imaging agents for reimbursement.
This year's show looks to break records.
Ending the "Great Pox."
The TriMedx Foundation’s annual golf tournament helps the world’s neediest communities
A glimpse into the filed of supply chain management
This year's conference will mark a milestone
Advice from the experts to get the best contracts to meet your needs.
Swedish study questions the impact of mammography screening on breast cancer deaths.
Lasers maintain market share due to cosmetic usage
Expert tips to help you focus on equipment care
Small improvements make a big difference in new defibrillators